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PSA: Just because someone says their company is safe from SESTA/FOSTA and the Cloud ACT, it doesn't mean that they are.

ALWAYS do your own due diligence to check who, where and what is running the services you use.

Here's a few tools to help:
- whois.com
- dnstrails.com
- dnsstuff.com
- ssllabs.com

ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS & READ THE LEGAL DOCUMENTS

If you're a service provider, and you're saying "we'll be fine, no one will hurt us" you're doing yourselves and the sex workers who depend on you a complete and utter disservice.

Sure, a lot of company's opt to use Cloudflare for CDN, to improve site performance, and whilst cloudflare are a great defender of freedom of speech, that may change with SESTA-FOSTA and the Cloud ACT.

Always try to find out the actual host behind the service you use. Usually historical dns records can help here.

@MistressEmelia Also do not forget to check the IP geolocation data in several sources.

@MistressEmelia It's always interesting to see how people who violate legal decrees say we should care about them.

@MistressEmelia I KEEP SAYING THIS AND POSTING THIS AS WELL!
then i am told I am stoking fears, that I am being paranoid, etc... i called escort-ads.com out and they went on about safety, but yet when I asked some basic questions, they couldn't answer them.

Articles on their site offer CRIMINAL advice and other stuff that is compeletly false.

@KLttyKat @MistressEmelia Do your own research, the fucking fascists with badges love harassing people.
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